macnr. rosr ooNvnNTroN-roLANn. 1643 The balance resulting from the accounts shall be paid by the debtor Administration to the creditor Administration within one month following the receipt of the verified account. Anrrcnm IX. 1. The (parcels shall form the subject of separate des atches to be ,°§f:§*°d °' "°¤SP°'· exchange directly between the United States and Poland. _The ` country of origin must send its despatches to the country of destination at its cost and by the means at its dis osal. The parcels may be transmitted, at the option of the despatclhing office, either in boxes or baskets specially constructed for the purpose, or in ordinary mail sacks. These receptacles must bear the note "Parcel Post" (Colis postaux) and be carefully closed with the aid of wax seals or otherwise, as may be mutual y agreed uplon by the contracting parties. 2. Each country of destination s all return to the despatching gm °‘ °"’P'Y office by the next mail all empty receptacles, barring other arrange- ` ments to be made on the subject. _ 3. Each despatch of parcel post must be accompanied by a parcel b;;i}§}pl"°°°° P" °°' bill in dupllilcate. Thereon are mentioned individually all registered parcels. e ordinary parcels shall be indicated thereon in bulk, according to the aggregate sent in each despatch. The mdividual entries on the parcel bill must include the order number of each arcel, the office o origin, the name of the addressee, and the office ofp destination. The parcel bill must be inserted in one of the receptacles composing the despatch; the label of the rece tacle inclosing the parcel bill must be distin `shed by the letters "lg. F." Laws N 4. On the lagldls of the receptacles containing the registered parcels cis. °° mp ` the order numbers under which the inclosed parcels are entered in the parcel bill must be indicated. Anrrorn X. The reciprocal exchange of parcels between the offices of the two EX°b°°g°°m°°s' countries must be effected through the intermedi of exchange offices. For that purpose are designated: the postndiéce of Danzig 1 on the part of Po an ; and the omce of New York on the part of the United States; other exchange offices may be designated later on by common consent. = Arrrrcrn XI. 1. As soon as a mail reaches the exchange office of destination, it R°°°‘i”° °"°°‘l‘ immediately verifies the contents. _ _ 2. In case of non-recei t of the parcel bill by the office of destina— S“°°°‘°“"’°"'°°"”u‘ tion, a substitute bill is ogicially made up. _ _ 3. All errors detected in the entries of the parcel bill, after being (°"°°"°” °f °"°”’ verified by two agents, shall be corrected and noted, to be communicated to the despatching office by means of a "Bulletin of Verification ". This is sent in a special envelope. _ 4C If a parcel entered on the parcel bill is not received, after the Ce,§°”“‘°°°*P* °' P°'· loss is verified by two agents, the relative entry is cancelled, or else the number of ordinary parcels entered in bulk is corrected, and the fact re orted immediate y. _ 5. If) a arcel arrives damaged or in imperfect condition, the D°”’·’8°" P°*°°'S· dama e or had condition is reported in detail to the office of despatch. mum _ t 6. ZE it is found that a parcel is insufficiently prepaid, the rnsuili- mms. °'°" P"` cient postage is not suprigied, but the fact must be pomted out to the despatching exchange office by bulletin of verification.
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